She graduated from the Faculty of Law and Administration at the University of Warsaw. She obtained the degree of Doctor of Laws and then the degree of Doctor of Laws. She is a lecturer at the Faculty of Law and Administration of the University of Warsaw in the Department of Commercial Law. She practices the profession of legal counsel and is a recommended arbitrator in the Arbitration Court at the National Chamber of Commerce in Warsaw.
She served as a member of the Supervisory Board of PZU S.A., a member of the Supervisory Board of TFI PZU S.A. and PTE PZU S.A., and was twice a member of the Management Board of PZU S.A.. She also served on the board of directors of PZU Życie S.A. She currently serves as Chairman of the Supervisory Board of Lotos Group S.A. She worked as deputy director of the Legal and Licensing Department at the Pension Funds Supervisory Authority, and served as President of the Management Board of Polskie Wydawnictwa Ekonomiczne S.A.
Ms. Beata Kozlowska-Chyla is a member of the Legislative Council to the Prime Minister, a member of the Entrepreneurship Council to the President of the Republic of Poland and a member of the team of the Commission for Corporate Governance Reform to the Minister of State Assets. She also sits on the Council of the Polish Olympic Committee and on the Social Council for Sports at the Minister of Sports.
She is the author of dozens of scientific publications in the field of corporate law, securities law and insurance law, published in reputable Polish and foreign journals, as well as the author of popularization articles.
According to the statement submitted by Beata Kozłowska-Chyła, she does not conduct any business activity competitive to the Company, nor does she participate in a competitive company as a partner in a civil partnership, partnership or capital company, nor does she participate in a competitive legal person as a member of its body, and she is not entered in the Register of Insolvent Debtors, kept pursuant to the provisions of the Act of August 20, 1997 on the National Court Register